The Story of Jack attempts to illustrate the hold deficiency stories have over our lives, and how they are kept in place by a feeling of identity.
I was working with my views about money recently. In truth, I was not that clear about them. But I was aware that there was something about money perhaps being antithetical to the ‘spiritual life’. There was also something about being able to the correct value...
Sagara talks about the similarities between finding coackroaches in a flat, and his experience of being diagnosed with cancer.
Sagara outlines his current thinking about the different levels of mindfulness practice and what each one involves in his Four-step approach to Mindfulness.
Sagara discusses the main quality of an effective coach and looks at what this actually means in practice.
Sagara explores the attitude of presence and being here right now – and how we can bring this attitude into breathing meditation, and into our everyday lives.
Often the ideas we have about happiness lead us to search for it in completely the wrong place. Here is a story from the White Lotus Sutra that explains this as a parable.
Sagara recounts how he used Reiki to help with his healing after a Cancer diagnosis, and how he now sees it as an excellent practice of awareness.
Sagara describes how he came to be diagnosed with malignant melanoma and presents some useful advice for others who may find themselves in his position.